McLaren unveiled today at the Goodwood Festival of Speed the 650S GT3. Thus, after the announcement that the McLaren Special Operations (MSO) 650S will go to production in just 50 units, the British company showed us the racing version of the 650S, which will replace the MP4-12C GT3. It features a more aggressive body kit made entirely of carbon, with large air intakes to improve cooling of the mechanical parts and heat dissipation, while the back is dominated by the enormous spoiler, which is also made of carbon.
McLaren engineers have improved, also the suspension, while the roll cage is lighter and more comfortable compared to its predecessor, offering more space for the legs and head of the driver. The digital dashboard is new, while the steering wheel accommodates all indications and controls.
The 650S GT3 has the same V8 3,6-liter twin-turbo engine as the simple version, with the owners of the 12c GT3 having the option to upgrade the car with the new additions. The British team has plans to build and deliver up to the start of the next season 15 vehicles, together with 15 upgrade packages.